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information on this man, christopher dorner. he's that ex-cop on the run. los angeles mayor spoke a short time ago saying enough is enough. >> we will not tolerate a killer targeting our officers and their families, targeting innocent people in this city and in this region. >> we'll have more on that search for dorner coming up. joe paterno's family fighting back after releasing a report absolving the case of any wrong doing. it says that penn state's prior report was factually wrong. the family says paterno never attempted to hide any information about jerry sandusky's activitieactivities. >> it's so hard to accept.
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but when i read the first charge, i actually got physically ill. i couldn't read anymore for a couple of days. >> the university responded to the family in a written statement saying, it is understandable and appreciated that people will draw their own conclusions and opinions from the facts uncovered in the freeh report. president obama will head to chicago on friday to talk about economic proposals that he'll be laying out in this week's state of the union address. the president will also talk about gun violence that has affected communities across chicago and across this country. yesterday, the first lady attended the funeral of a young girl who was the victim of gun violence. she was killed just a week after she performed at president obama's inauguration. china as revelers ring in the lunar new year.
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drums, dragons, families and fireworks came together to welcome in the year of the snake. festivities took place in the u.s. and around the world. it's called the biggest night in music industry. we're talking about tonight and talking about the grammys in los angeles. nichelle turner says she's seeing tighter security because of that manhunt. while the mayor of los angeles is making sure the grammys are safe and secure, he's also vowing to find a dangerous ex-cop. that's christopher dorner. a $1 million reward now on the table. let's go straight out to casey wian in los angeles. a record reward now being offered here, right? >> reporter: that's right. and lapd chief charlie beck
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said, martin, it was remarkably easy to raise the money for that million-dollar reward. the mayor of los angeles saying the money came from corporations, charitable organizations, law enforcement groups, the city, lots of people banding together, showing just how important this effort is to the city of los angeles. here's what the police chief and the mayor had to say at that news conference. >> this is an act, and make no mistake about it, of domestic terrorism. this is a man who has targeted those that we entrust to protect the public. his actions cannot go unanswered. a society is defined by what it values. and we value our law enforcement family. >> our confidence that we will bring him to justice is up shaken.
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this search is not a matter of if, it's a matter of when. and i want christopher dorner to know that. >> reporter: law enforcement officials have not released until now the identity of the police officer who was killed allegedly by christopher dorner on thursday in livriverside, california. he is michael crane, 34 years old, officer with the riverside police department. an 11-year veteran of that police department. also a veteran of two tours in kuwait, with the u.s. marine corps. he leaves behind a wife and two children. martin? >> casey wian reporting to us on the new reward being offered for christopher dorner's capture. millions of people got slammed by the blizzard in the northeast have to get to work tomorrow, so today they were digging out. airports in new york, boston and
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connecticut are back open. and the power is back for a lot of people. not everybody, though. about 340,000 homes and businesses are still in the dark. the long island expressway will stay closed until 9:00 p.m. eastern in both directions between exits 57 and 73. susan candiotti is live now from brooklyn with more. how are people coping? >> reporter: hi, marty. being from boston, they're coping pretty well. i have an interesting vantage point. this is what you're seeing all around boston, piles and piles of snow. i can't tell you how tall this one is, but i can give you the viewpoint. looking up from our own video phone, as a fire truck is going by. i hope you can hear me still. but you have snowplows going all alongside streets to try to clear them out as best they can. while the main streets will
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basically clear. the city was working through the blizzard to make sure that the streets were as clear as they could be before the monday commute. they're working on the transit line to get that schedule back to normal. funny, it was perfectly quiet before we start. but now we have the sirens going. in any case, the state is trying to get everything back to where it can be, as best they can. but schools remain closed tomorrow. there are still mayor power outages throughout the state, but that's mainly concentrated in the southeast part of the state. marty, tomorrow they are predicting rain, freezing rain in the morning. that's not going to make it easier for bostonians. but somehow i think they'll get through it, just like they did this blizzard, which amounted to more than two feet of snow. >> there has to be concern with
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the rain, making that snow heavier on roof stops and everything. but what do we know about the cost of this stormstorm? >> reporter: because of the freezing temperatures, this snow that is below the nosnow is freezing, making it slippery. they're still adding the cost up. imagine all the offices and restaurants and airlines that have been affected by losing at least three day's worth of business. airports back open again. they haven't tallied up the numbers just yet. >> thank you very much. you be careful coming down. >> reporter: i'll be very careful. >> all right, thanks. speaking of coming down, while the snow is falling down outside, a baby in massachusetts decided she wasn't going to wait till the blizzard came to an end. the national guard had to rush to the home, but it all turned out fine.
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mom and daughter are doing very well in the hospital now. let's get back to the grammys. we have confirmed that there are extra lapd deployed at tonight's award show in regards to that manhunt we've been talking about for christopher dorner. nishelle turner is live. i understand you have a couple of guests with you and more information. go ahead. >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. we did confirm this information with commander andy smith of the los angeles police department, who did tell us they did in fact employ extra security here at the grammies in an abundance of caution. they would not give specifics of the protocol that they're participating in tonight. but they did say there is extra security here because of the manhunt looking for christopher dorner tonight. and you're right, it's a little bit of a hard turn. but i do have the triple grammy
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nominee with me tonight here. which one would you like to be called? >> call me wally. >> reporter: y'all know the song. this song, it seems like no one gets tired of hearing it. >> i've been tired of it. >> reporter: so when you're nominated for three grammys, that's a pretty big deal. >> yeah, it's exciting. >> we've been talking so much about the music, but the grammys and the red carpet is definitely about fashion. and you're giving us fashion this evening. >> thank you very much. the dress by jamie lee major from australia. >> when you're thinking of what to wear for the grammys, how do you decide i'm going to put this
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creation on? >> for me, fashion and dresses always have to reflect the world of the music and maybe a little more appropriate to celebrate the song and just yeah, just having fun with it and making it about devself-expression. >> reporter: we know you were nominated three times, but there are people nominateds a many as six times tonight. who are you excited to see and hear at the ceremony? >> she was telling me about people performing tonight. frank ocean, elton john is performing. >> reporter: and sting is doing a performance with rihanna and bruno mars. this should be a really fun night of music.
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congratulations to you with all your success. i'm loving that you're wear thing and walking tall. i love it. all right. martin, we'll send it back to you. we'll have more from the grammys' red carpet. it starts in a couple of hours and we'll also stay following the information that we have now that they have deployed extra security here to the grammy awards in an abundance of caution swhil they search for christopher dorner. >> that's a good idea. so great to hear and great to see you. thank you both. as was mentioned, police hunting for that accused killer in california. they're changing their tactics. we'll tell you what they're doing and how they're concentrating their search now. and we'll tell you about that huge reward going to the public. a former army sergeant about
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to receive an honor only three other living people have received. and we'll have a preview of president obama's state of the union address. ♪ let's go. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing the all-new cadillac xts... another big night on the town, eh? ...and the return of life lived large. ♪
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while our economy may be weakened, and our confidence shaken, we are living through
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difficult and uncertain times, tonight i want every american to know this -- we will rebuild. we will recover, and the united states of america will emerge stronger than before. >> remember that? that was president obama's promise to americans during his first state of the union address after he took office in 2009. now it's almost time for this year's state of the union speech. so what is he expected to say? our athena jones has the details. >> reporter: the state of the union address. >> members of congress, distinguished guests, and fellow americans. >> reporter: the commander in chief's best chance to lay out his priorities and influence millions of television viewers. >> it's a moment where he gets an uninterrupted, unchallenged opportunity to talk to the country and to define his agenda and what he thinks the debate in washington should be about, which is one of the most important powers that a
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president has. >> reporter: president obama gave house democrats a preview of what he'll say. >> i'm going to be talking about making sure that we'll focused on job creation here in the united states of america. it means that we're focused on education and that every joining person is equipped with the skills they need to compete in the 21st century. >> reporter: the white house says the speech will serve as a book end to the inaugural address. a sign the president will touch on priorities like immigration reform and reducing gun violence. we could see new policy deals, and pocketbook issues, highlighting a mix of old and new policies aimed at helping the middle class. so how effective will it be in persuading republicans? >> the speech is one moment in a continuum. you have a president that wants to have a debate about immigration, about guns.
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climate and energy and a republican party that wants to shift the focus to the deficit and debt. >> reporter: athena jones, cnn, washington. >> now we know the president will focus a lot on jobs and the economy in his speech on tuesday. we just found out that he is also going to chicago friday where he will also be talking about the economy and his anti-gun proposals. clark judge is a former speechwriter for reagan and bush. welcome. thanks for joining us today. you both have had the opportunity to put words in a president's mouth. what do you think that president obama should say tuesday to make say different from his past addresses? clark, let's start with you. >> well, he needs to reach out. i don't think he will, but he needs to reach out to the opposition party, to the republicans. he's got to get an agreement, if
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he wants to move things forward in the economy and on other issues. he has to have a broad coalition that spans the two parties. in his inaugural address, he defined a very idealogical agenda, and did it in idealogical terms. that wasn't the right way to get started. frankly, i think he's going to continue that on tuesday night. but he should reach out and start to work instead on trying to get a broad coalition going that can address some of these issues. not just his base coalition, which is what he's been doing so far. >> paul, when you write a speech, when you work on a speech of this importance, is there some sort of overarching theme, or a laundry list of points that have to be made. >> that's the challenge to writing a state of the union address, identify a theme or two that carries across an hour's address, while weaving through a
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lanldry list of issues and priorities. the average president recommends 31 policies in an average state of the union address. about 43% of those get passed. in a post election year state of the union, it's a little more than half. so this is an opportunity for the president to build on the inaugural address. if you think of the inaugural as the movie trailer, the state of the union is the full-length feature on immigration and jobs and guns, climate change to talk about what he hopes to accomplish. i think clark is right, that he does need to reach out. but to be honest, he's made unity his calling card the last four years. the last thing he needs to do this year is to try to bring us together. i would prefer to see him talk about the real and honest differences that divide our country evenly on these issues in hopes of finding a solution as a way forward over the next four years. >> clark, is this speech basically just a rewording of
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his inaugural speech or do you think there are new themes to be introduced? >> i think what he will do is expand on the inaugural address. he marked out the broad areas of priorities in the inaugural address. he went light on the economy, he's clearly going to go heavy on the economy this time. but i expect him to do it that way, rather than to bring in a lot of new stuff. this is clearly -- the white house is clearly looking at all of this as a continuum, where they build from one speech to the next and then go out on the road. i disagree with paul on one thing. i think that over the last four years, beginning when he went to the republican caucus in -- a few months after his election and said i won, just remember it. he's had a my way or the highway view and he's done very little consultation. the fact is, he's done very
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little consultation even with his own party. but he's certainly done very little with the opposition. his problem right now is that while the democrats control the senate, the republicans control the house, essentially this last election was for purposes of legislative negotiation, was a tie. and he's got to adjust himself to that or else play, as i think he is, for 2014 when i think he hopes to take the house -- >> we're just about out of time. paul, how much say do you have versus what the president has? do you go back and forth when you craft these? >> well, the president -- president obama is the best writer in this administration. he's a wonderful writer, and he's so involved in these addresses, perhaps as much as president presidents like president clinton and others. but to clark's point, the biggest debate is within the republican party. the fact that they have two
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republicans in the response to the state of the union is a party that's divided. i think in the past election, we saw that the republican party is on the wrong side of history when it comes to climate change, guns, gay marriage, jobs, all these issues the president laid out in his inaugural address. we're going to hear how he's going to move those issues forward tuesday night in a way that is widely supported by the american people, and the republican party just needs to figure out whether they want to get on board with the rest of america or want to be behind the curve of history and be an afterthought over the next decade. >> paul, i've got to stop you right now. thank you very much. and also clark judge, we appreciate it. both men writing speeches for presidents past and present. tune in at 7:00 p.m. on tuesday for our live coverage of the state of the union speech.
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clinton ronashey will be a guest of the first lady tuesday. and tomorrow, president obama will present him with a medal of honor. you'll hear his firsthand account of one of the bloodiest battles of the war.'d it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work.
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today, u.s. marine general joseph dunnford replaces general john allen, who will oversee the first two years of the war and the withdrawal of nearly all troonls. heroic actions in one of the bloodiest battles in the war of afghanistan will be honored tomorrow. former staff sergeant clint romesha will receive the medal of honor. jake tapper spoke about that day
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the taliban overran his post. >> there was movement everywhere. muzzle flashes everywhere. you just couldn't pick them out fast enough. >> reporter: october 2009. up to 400 taliban fighters unleashed a torrent of withering fire on a remote u.s. outpost in eastern afghanistan. the attack, so fierce, in the end more than half of the 53 u.s. troops at the outpost were killed or wounded. but as buildings burned and the enemy ran freely through the outpost, soldiers became heroes. one in particular. >> i know that there's so many great soldiers out there, that would have stepped into my shoes and done the same thing. >> reporter: former staff sergeant clint romesha is a reluctant hero. that day he helped plan the recapture of the base and led troops in repelling the onslaught of taliban fighters. during a grueling day-long
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battle. romesha will receive the medal of honor, the highest award for combat bravery, becoming just the fourth living recipient among those serving in afghanistan and iraq. chris jones was a young private when the taliban struck. >> he is, in my opinion, the only reason we came back that day. >> reporter: you led them right into places where your fellow soldiers had already been killed. that's why you're get thing medal. others had died in a place that you ran into. you weren't worried? >> it wasn't time to sit there and worry about stuff out of our control. we had the tools, we had the training, we lad the spirit, and we had the support of each other. it was the time. >> reporter: by the end of the day, eight soldiers were dead, and 23 wounded.
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clint romesha now has a place in history. one that he shares with his comrades. >> it's a greater honor for me to know i couldn't have done what i did without those guys, that team. it was everybody that day. that's what's, you know, excites me about this. it's those guys. >> reporter: jake tapper, cnn, in minot, north dakota. >> and jake's complete profile of clint romesha will air tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. tomorrow is the medal service for another american hero, former navy s.e.a.l. sniper chris kyle. it will be held at cowboys stadium in arlington, texas. hows are expected to attend. kyle died last saturday when a veteran he was trying to help allegedly turned his gun on him. kyle survived four deployments
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in iraq and considered to be one of the deadliest sharp shooters in the military. one republican is threatening to derail some of president obama's national security nominations. we'll tell you what senator lindsey graham is demanding from the president to play nice. and what happens on and off the runway in fashion week in new york?
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5:32 in the east. welcome back to "cnn newsroom." for those of you just tuning in, thanks. good to see you. i'm martin savidge. here are the top stories. a $1 million reward for information leading to ex-cop christopher dorner's arrest. >> we will not tolerate a killer targeting our officers and their families, targeting innocent people in this city and in this region. >> dorner is accused of killing three people, including a police officer. that big blizzard that went through the northeast has left behind a lot of snow. folks in that area are very busy clearing the roads and trying to dig out their cars today. trying to get back to normal after a day of being stuck inside. 340,000 people are still without heat and electricity.
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and mother nature packed another surprise south of the equator. a 5. 7 earthquake struck central chile. we'll bring you more details when they become available. president obama's nominees for key posts could be in danger. one senator may put a hold on president obama's choices unless the white house provides more information about the attack in libya on the u.s. consulate. >> i don't think we should allow brennan to go forward for the cia directorship, hagen to be confirmed for defense secretary until the white house gives an accounting, did the president ever pick up the phone to help these folks? what did the president do? >> athena jones is on the north lawn of the white house. how is the white house responding to what you have to look at as a threat? >> reporter: they released a statement saying we believe the senate should act swiftly to
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confirm john brennan and senator hagel. these are critical positions and individual members shouldn't play politics with their nominations. but as you know, that's unlikely to be the end of it. >> how can one senator hold up the entire process of a nominee getting an up and down vote by the fill senate? >> reporter: it's an interesting move here. any senator can put a hold on a nomination. but it's unclear at this point whether that would block things from moving forward. a hold is short of a filibuster. y it's usually used as a negotiating tactic, and we heard he wants more information. no confirmation without information. we'll have to see what ultimately happens in the end. martin? >> we know that the president, after he makes his state of the union address, plans to take his message on the road tuesday
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night. where is he going? >> reporter: he first heads to asheville, north carolina on wednesday. then atlanta on thursday and he'll be making a stop in chicago. his adoptive hometown on friday and talking about some of the proposals he's expected to lay out in the state of the union, proposals the white house says will help the middle class. he'll discuss gun violence in chicago, which is a city that's seen an epidemic of shootings and gun violence there. >> athena jones, thank you very much. let's check the stories trending right now on the internet. the music world waits with bated breath. top nominees include frank ocean, the black keys, mumford and sons and the alabama shakes. there is also heightened security due to the ongoing manhunt for an ex-cop. hussein bolt was beaten in
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his first race of the 2013 race this season. he finished third in a 400 meter event. bolt was a triple gold medalist in the 2008 summer olympic games in beijing and in 2012 in london. and another top athlete looking something less than graceful. cbs sports caught this shot of phil mickelson taking a spill while retrieving a ball at the at&t pebble beach pro-am. i know exactly how you feel. a new week starts tomorrow on wall street. but can the dow maintain its winning streak? [ laughs ] now this is a test drive.
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this just in to "cnn newsroom." police are questioning two
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persons of interest in the slaying of 15-year-old adia pendleton a day after first lady michelle obama attended the funeral for the death of the teen. this information comes to us from police sources there. it's going to be a busy week ahead in business. a couple key reports are out, will investors keep up their momentum after the nasdaq and s&p 500 logged the fifth straight week of gains? thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> when the bell rings tomorrow, what's going to happen? i realize that's asking a lot, but go ahead, give us the future. >> we're going to get a little bit of a churn. the market is exhausted, you could feel it. we've had this great move the last few weeks, straight up with no consolidation and towards the middle of the week last week, you could feel the dow turning
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over, teasing with 14,000, not able to make its way through. the s&p 500, they certainly want to push that to 1525 and they very well may. but that doesn't mean you're not going to get this churn and actually some consolidation. that would be something that you should welcome as an investor. >> when we say terms like that, and i read between the tea leaves, it implies you think the market will take a turn down. >> do i think the market is going down 10%, 15%? absolutely not. but should it give back 3%, 4%? absolutely. that would be healthy. that would be something investors want to see. they really want to see the market consolidate and form a base from which then to move higher once again. to a 3% correction is not a correction by any stretch. when people think about correction, they think about 10%, 15%. i don't think we're getting that all. >> let's talk about the president's state of the union address. does it have any impact at all
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on the markets? >> sure. investors will play close attention. listen, we're 19 days away from march 1 and the sequester. we heard him last week say it was going to be impossible to come to a budget. he's asking for temporary measures, pushing that can down the road, which will take the pressure off the market and will allow investors take the market higher because with the pressure off. the job losses won't happen and the government will continue spending. so that will give investors a short term reason to rally the market. they're going to listen very carefully what he says and understand where he's going. is he going to say anything new? probably not. he's going to urge lawmakers to come together and do their job, but we've seen this story before. >> big day wednesday because as retailers start releasing sales figures, we're going to read into what they have to say. >> you can expect that the government report is going to sing the praises of the consumer being back. look at how strong he is.
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people going out again, feeling better, housing coming back and the stock market is up. so it's going to give people a reason to spend. listen, be careful when you look at this number. it's going to be for january. the tax increases start mid month when people get paid on the 15th and 30th. now going forward, more tax increases are coming when we talk about the sequestration and debt limit. so be careful how you look at it. i think you're going to see some pull back in the month ahead as people get used to less discretionary income in their paycheck. >> all week long, corporations releasing quarterly earnings. good news? >> we're at the end of that earnings cycle. we've had earnings that have come in about 3.4% growth rate. so therefore, they're going to tell you it's been a relatively good season. i would expect we'll hear from general motors expecting good
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numbers. but we are at the tail end. so it's going to have less and less of an impact. >> kenneth, thank you very much for coming in and predicting the week ahead financially. we'll see how you do. >> thanks for having me. a blizzard is no laughing matter, unless you ore a writer like dave barry. he'll joining us with his unique storm that socked it to the northeast. to grow, we have to boost our social media visibility. more "likes." more tweets. so, beginning today, my son brock and his whole team will be our new senior social media strategists. any questions? since we make radiator valves wouldn't it be better if we just let fedex help us to expand to new markets? hmm gotta admit that's better than a few "likes." i don't have the door code. who's that? he won a contest online to be ceo for the day. how am i supposed to run a business here without an office?! [ male announcer ] fast, reliable deliveries worldwide. fedex. ♪ let's go.
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if there is one man who can find humor in just about anything, it's dave barry. he's the author of "insane city," which pokes fun at the city of miami. i also had to find out really what, if anything, he thought was funny or crazy about the weather in the northeast. take a listen. >> first of all, i want to clarify you are talking about a person who lives in miami but is now in san francisco about a blizzard in new england. here's what i have observed in miami, which our equivalent is the hurricanes when they come. everybody -- you watch the weather channel, and you get more and more nervous. finally you have to go to the supermarket, not because you need anything, but because everybody else is going to the supermarket. and you go there and there's all these storm-crazed people running around buying products
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that they'll never use. you come home and you go, i got nine volt batteries. but you don't have anything that uses them. but i have canned products in my home in miami from the 1980s, things i'll never use. >> how about the -- there's always that one person, the maniacal shoveller. this is the person who before the snow comes is out there putting the gas in the brand new snow blower, which has a 300 horsepower engine. why does that person always seem to be in my subdivision? >> you should be glad, because he blows his driveway in the first ten minutes. then he's got this really nice multithousand piece of equipment and he's going to do your driveway. >> i'm not sure he does, other
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than blowing it in my driveway seems to be a favorite tactic of his. >> the equivalent we have of that in miami is generators. people buy generators. and then they -- people have generators that could power las vegas. ready to go. ready to go. so they want the power to go out. >> can you knock on somebody's door and say, hey, do you mind if i plug in for a bit? >> we do do that. when the power goes out in miami, you will see extension cords crossing the street sometimes. yeah. i don't mean the cords are walking across the street. you know what i mean. >> let's talk about your book, "insane city." is miami as crazy as you make it sound? >> it is. i live in miami. i moved there from 1986 from the united states. it is the strangest city -- by far the strangest city i have ever lived in.
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spraining people. drugs sometimes fall from the sky. people drift do shore all the time. bizarre wildlife. gigantic snakes slithering around. it's a very different place. >> the name of the book "insane city". thanks for talking about all things snow and weather related as well as the book. appreciate it. people of earth, an asteroid as big as half a football field is hurtd elling your way. we'll tell you when it will pass by hopefully. and just how close it's expected to get. i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal service®, works for thousands of home businesses. because at®, you can pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. i can even drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small.
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bree than is up next in for don lemon at the top of the hour. what have you got? >> we will be talking about synthetic mayrijuanmarijuana. this is a story for anyone who has a teenager, knows a
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teenager. it's emotional and also something that parents especially need to know. this is something that's cheap, really easy to find. some teens are going to convenience stores and they're able to make this up. and it's often advertised as a legal way to get high. but as we learned talking to one family who lost their son, it can be lethal. >> the consequences of this -- >> and he passed away. and we feel what we're trying to do with the education and awareness aspect of our mission we're doing as much as we possibly can to help other families around the country not have to endure the pain and lose somebody that you love dearly. >> the consequences are tragic. >> that couple that we talked to, yvette and david burnett made this their mission to make sure what happened to their son last march doesn't happen to any other kid. new jersey governor chris
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a military hero awarded the nation's highest honor for courage. that's topping what's in the week ahead. on monday, president obama will
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honor clinton romesha. he helped keep enemy forces from overrunning the post. he will be the fourth living recipient of the medal of honor. catch it tonight at 8:00 eastern. and tuesday the state of the union speech. his main focus will be jobs. he will talk about taxes, debt, and the upcoming budget. wednesday, face book mark zuckerberg and fund raiser for chris christie. thursday, mark your calendar. valentine's day. same-sex couples in illinois may be shopping for wedding rings soon. they could vote as early as

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